|Stanje:||Polovan bez oštećenja|
Organizovani transport: 106 din
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Godina izdanja: 2009.
Convergence, DSP, QoS, and Security
K.R. Rao, Zoran S. Bojkovic, Dragorad A. Milovanovic
2009. by CRC Press
Tvrd povez, udžbenički format, 296 strana. Na engleskom jeziku.
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Provides an intuitive, yet rigorous understanding of the end-to-end behavior in wireless communications
Covers the characteristics of the propagation channel and problem assessing for channel disturbances
Addresses trends in convergence technologies in wireless multimedia and challenges in the migration to 4G systems
Explores communications and information delivery technologies in a transport platform
Reflects the latest work in the field of multimedia communications, providing both underlying theory and today’s best design techniques
Employs examples of systems to illustrate the differences and specific implementation issues
With the rapid evolution of multimedia communications, engineers and other professionals are generally forced to hoard a plethora of different texts and journals to maintain a solid grasp on essential ideas and techniques in the field. Wireless Multimedia Communications provides researchers and students with a primary reference to help readers take maximum advantage of current systems and uncover opportunities to propose new and novel protocols, applications, and services.
Extract the Essentials of System Design, Analysis, Implementation
A complete technical reference, the text condenses the essential topics of core wireless multimedia communication technologies, convergence, QoS, and security that apply to everything from networking to communications systems, signal processing, and security. From extensive existing literature, the authors distill the central tenets and primary methods of analysis, design, and implementation, to reflect the latest technologies and architectural concepts. The book addresses emerging challenges to inform the system standardization process and help engineers combat the high error rates and stringent delay constraints that remain a significant challenge to various applications and services.
Keep Pace with Detailed Techniques to Optimize Technology
The authors identify causes of information loss in point-to-point signal transmission through wireless channels, and then they discuss techniques to minimize that loss. They use examples that illustrate the differences in implementing various systems, ranging from cellular voice telephony to wireless Internet access. Each chapter has been carefully organized with the latest information to serve dual purposes as an easy-to-reference guide for professionals and as a principal text for senior-level university students.